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asked Apr 06 '11 at 18:55

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Put them in large freezer bags, and leave them in the freezer overnight. Seriously. This will kill off the bacteria that produce the smell in the first place. Afterwards, keep your feet cleaner (always lay a FRESH towel on the ground when leaving the shower to dry off) and use fresh socks.

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answered May 25 '11 at 18:40

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Remove the insoles and either 1. scrub them well with soap and water, rinse, let dry, then place back in the shoe. 2. Remove the insoles, throw them out, and replace with new insoles.

If your shoes are fabric, you can wash them on gentle cycle in the washing machine and then air dry/dry in the sun. This works better if you remove/replace the insole and wash/dry it separately.

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answered May 26 '11 at 06:44

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